An amount of EUR 33 billion is involved with the possible merger between Fiat-Chrysler and Renault. The deal yields the third largest car company in the world - after Volkswagen and Toyota.
Renault calls on American law firm Skadden Arps and NautaDutilh's Leo Groothuis, Stefan Wissing, Paul van der Bijl and Nina Kielman for its legal affairs; and on Société Générale and Ardea Partners for financial advice.
Fiat-Chrysler and Renault see the Netherlands as a dream location for their headquarters. The Italian car manufacturer's head office has been in the Netherlands since the acquisition of Chrysler in 2014.